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  • Israel Philharmonic Orchestra - Itzhak Perlman, 22.3.2010

    54:35

    Beethoven - Egmont Overture
    Beethoven - Symphony No. 6
    Produced for television by Fantasia Productions Ltd - Dani Dror

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  • 30 Hits - Jewish Music and Yiddish Songs - The Best of The Jewish Starlight Orchestra - Full Album

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    The Best of Jewish, Yiddish, Hebrew and Klezmer Music and Songs. The Most Beautiful album of Traditional Jewish music and Yiddish music. Israeli Music. Israeli Songs. Content : Hatikva (National Anthem of Israël), Yerushalayim Shel Zahav, Hava Nagila and Many More. 30 Greatest Hits - 90 Minutes. The best of Jewish songs. Hebrew songs. Israel songs. Israel Music. Lo Mejor de la Música Judía. Las Mejores Canciones y melodías judías. Música Hebrea Judía. Música Yidish y Canciones Yidish. Muzyka żydowska i klezmerska. Najpiękniejsze piosenki żydowskie. Piosenki i Muzyka Jidysz i Hebrajskie. Hymn Izraela. Chansons Hebraïques et Musiques Hebraïques. Les Plus Grands Succès. Le meilleur des Musiques Israéliennes et Chansons Israéliennes. Hymne National d'Israël. Hymne National Israélien. Chansons Juives et Musiques Juives.


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    01. 00:00:00 - Hatikva
    02. 00:03:59 - Y’Rushalayim
    03. 00:06:48 - Osse Shalom
    04. 00:10:37 - Ershter Vals
    05. 00:14:00 - Hava Nagila
    06. 00:17:18 - 7 Uhr 40
    07. 00:20:20 - Shalom Aleichem
    08. 00:23:59 - Oyfn Pripetshik
    09. 00:26:45 - My Yiddishe Mama
    10. 00:29:58 - Foolish Freilach Dance
    11. 00:32:55 - Tchiribim Tchiribom
    12. 00:35:48 - Avinu Malkeinu
    13. 00:38:08 - Mazel Tov !
    14. 00:42:33 - Korim Lanu Lalechet Dance
    15. 00:44:59 - Tzena Tzena Tzena
    16. 00:47:23 - Bar Mitzvah Dance
    17. 00:50:46 - Erev Shel Shoshanim
    18. 00:53:56 - Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen
    19. 00:56:22 - Jewish Wedding Dance
    20. 00:59:42 - Tumbalalaika
    21. 01:02:33 - Yossel Yossel
    22. 01:04:55 - Dona Dona
    23. 01:08:21 - Lech Lamidbar Dance
    24. 01:11:30 - Arbetlose Marsch
    25. 01:13:52 - Yerushalayim Shel Zahav
    26. 01:16:42 - The Ballad Of Joshua
    27. 01:19:51 - Eileh Khamda Libi Dance
    28. 01:22:18 - Flatbush Waltz
    29. 01:25:16 - Tantz Tantz Yidelekh
    30. 01:27:24 - Hatikva (Short Version)

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  • Schindlers list - John Williams - NL orchestra

    4:49

    Simone Lamsma (violin) - Davida Scheffers (cor anglais)
    Watch til the end, emotion guaranteed...
    Davida Scheffers has lived her dream in winning a contest and the opportunity to play with the dutch Orchestra. Davida suffers from an extremely painful neuromuscular condition that derailed her career, and she thought she would never get to play in a professional orchestra again... The young blond lady is her daughter and was 18 years old that day.
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    - Video from RTL Netherlands show.
    - Special thanks to RTL NL for not blocking this video for copyrighting, masterpiece of human feelings representation through music. It had to be shared...

  • Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso in A Minor, Op. 28

    8:47

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Classics International

    Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso in A Minor, Op. 28 · Maxim Vengerov

    Paganini, Saint-Saëns & Waxman : Works for Violin & Orchestra

    ℗ 1992 Teldec Classics International GMBH

    Orchestra: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Violin: Maxim Vengerov
    Conductor: Zubin Mehta
    Composer: Camille Saint-Saëns

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  • Waltz from Swan Lake - Zubin Mehta, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra

    7:53

    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
    Waltz from Swan Lake
    Recorded at the National Center for the Performing Arts, 17 April 2016

    “I’m a pukka Indian. Mumbai is my home,” says Zubin Mehta about his birthplace. The Musical Director for Life of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra traveled to India with “his” inspiring 110-member orchestra and on April 17th and 18th, 2016 they celebrated Maestro Mehta’s 80th birthday with two fantastic concerts at the National Center of Performing Arts in Mumbai.

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  • Anja Bukovec - Jewish Town by John Williams

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    ANJA BUKOVEC

    Anja Bukovec, passionate and young, won the gold medal awarding her performance and new composition at the festival, by vivid preformance over two 20 minutes long movements and did It in the spirit of true athletes.
    Berliner Morgenpost, DE, 2004 (Young Euro Classic Festival, Berlin)

    Perfection, temperament and obvious joy to play.
    Haaretz, Israel, 2008 (National opera, Tel Aviv)

    Anja Bukovec's violin playing is distinctive, highly virtuosic and hand in hand with error-free performance. She is dedicated and disciplined.
    Washington Times, USA, 2008 (Kennedy Center, Washington)

    World premiere was a refreshment to the ears and soul. Anja Bukovec impressed the audience with her temperament which can rarely be seen and heard on the concert stages and at the same time she had impressed with the Pop-star glamor. Her playing and performance were simply amazing. As listening to Gidon Kremer.
    Lausitzer Rundschau, DE, 2009 (Staats Teater, Cottbus)

    Velvety sounding gentle tones of Anja Bukovec's violin, complemented with vivacious rhythms set off the audience.
    Radio Television Portugal, 2008 (Palacio Foz, Lisboa)

    Chances to come across such a temperament performer as is violinist Anja Bukovec are rare. Her playing as well as stage performance are charming.
    Radiotelevision Espanola, ESP, 2008 (Conde Duque, Madrid)

    The highlight of the evening was Anja Bukovec, an unusually passionate musician, whose poignant solo passages of Vivaldi's Four Seasons, lifted the spirit of the audience.
    Daily Telegraph, 2001 (Sydney)


    Anja is a superb musician and popular media personality. Her technical perfection is complemented by a recognizable style, unique interpretation and communication with the audience. She is known and respected person, who had been raising the figure of cultural ambassador by studying in Ljubljana, Prague, Cologne and Vienna. She performs as a soloist, wins international awards and fascinates the audiences all over the world.

    Her records, Gemini (2007), Follow (2008) and Chameleon (2009) have appeared on the top of the popular charts and are best sellers among the Slovenian classical records.
    To this day, she has been collaborating with Alban Berg Quartet, world acclaimed conductors as En Shao, Uroš Lajovic, Marko Letonja, multiple BAFTA award winner Christopher Gunning and top German artists Die Fantastichen 4.

    She proves, on a regular basis, that classical music is not reserved only for connoisseurs and that wide audiences can be reached, If presented in a kind way that can reach both younger and older generations.
    She always enjoys excellent expert reviews, often being compared with the world's greatest names. Her concerts are sold out, New Year's events are synonymous for exclusivity and, due to special request, she had even performed for Her Majesty Queen Elisabeth II.

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    Anja ist eine ausgezeichnete Violinistin und eine beliebte Medienpersönlichkeit. Bei technischer Vollendung hebt Sie sich ab wegen des erkennbaren Stils, einer einzigartigen Interpretation und der Kommunikation mit dem Publikum. Sie ist eine erkennbare und geschätzte Person, die an ihrer Persönlichkeit als Kulturbotschafterin, während einer Ausbildung in Ljubljana, Prag, Köln und Wien gefeilt hat. Sie tritt als Solistin auf, erobert internationale Preise und begeistert das Publikum überall auf der Welt.

    Ihre Platten Gemini (2007), Follow (2008), Chameleon (2009) erschienen an den Spitzen der populären Hitlisten und sind die best verkauften Platten mit klassischer Musik in Slowenien.
    Sie hat mit dem Alban Berg Quartet zussamengearbeitet, mit weltberühmten Dirigenten wie En Shao, Uroš Lajovic, Marko Letonja, dem mehrfachen Gewinner der BAFTA Preise für Filmkomposition Christopher Gunning sowie auch mit den größten deutschen Popauthoren Die Fantastischen 4.

    Sie beweist regelmäßig, dass die klassische Musik nicht nur für Kenner reserviert ist, und dass sie ein breites Spektrum an Menschen erreicht, wenn sie auf eine Art vorgestellt wird, die durch einen warmen Vortrag anspricht, und somit sowohl die junge als auch die ältere Generationen vereinigt. Sie bekommt immer spitzenmäßige Kritik bei Kennern, die sie mit den größten Namen vergleichen. Ihre Konzerte sind ausverkauft, die Neujahrsveranstaltungen sind ein Synonym für Exklusivität, auf einen besonderen Wunsch hin ist sie auch für Ihre Majestät, britische Königin Elisabeth II aufgetreten.

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  • Classical Music for Brain Power - Mozart

    2:23:55

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    CLASSICAL MUSIC FOR BRAIN POWER
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    01 Ascanio in Alba, K. 111: Ouverture 00:00
    02 Lucio Silla, K. 135: Ouverture
    I. Molto allegro 03:33
    II. Andante 07:17
    III. Molto allegro 10:04
    03 Eine Kleine Nachtmusik in G Major, K. 525
    I. Allegro 11:44
    II. Romanza. Andante 17:47
    III. Minuetto. Allegretto 24:26
    IV. Rondò. Allegro 26:51
    04 Flute Concerto No. 2 in D Major, K. 314
    I. Allegro aperto 30:03
    II. Adagio non troppo 38:09
    III. Rondo. Allegretto 45:52
    05 La Finta Giardiniera (“The Pretend Garden-Girl”), K. 196: Ouverture 51:33
    06 Symphony No. 36 in C Major, K. 425 Linz
    II. Andante con moto 57:38
    III. Menuetto 1:05:06
    07 Symphony No. 41 in C Major, K. 551 Jupiter
    II. Andante cantabile 1:08:21
    IV. Molto Allegro 1:16:40
    08 Flute Concerto No. 1 in G Major, K. 313
    I. Allegro maestoso 1:25:35
    II. Adagio - Allegro ma non troppo 1:34:39
    III. Rondò – Minuetto 1:44:09
    09 Bastien und Bastienne, K. 50: Ouverture 1:51:54
    10 Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550: I. Molto allegro 1:53:52
    11 Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K. 467
    I. Allegro maestoso 2:02:05
    II. Andante 2:16:35

    # 1, 3 & 9: Opole Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Werner Stiefel
    # 2, 4-7, 10 & 11: Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina conducted by Giuseppe Lanzetta
    Flute on # 4: Andreas Blau | Piano on # 11: Jörg Demus
    # 8: Ubaldo Rosso, Opole Philarmonic Orchestra conducted by Silvano Frontalini

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. Born in Salzburg, he showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty. At 17, Mozart was engaged as a musician at the Salzburg court, but grew restless and traveled in search of a better position. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of his death. He wrote more than 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers, and his influence is profound on subsequent Western art music. Ludwig van Beethoven composed his own early works in the shadow of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote: Posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years.

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  • Library Guide - Classical Musicians

    24:11

  • 2CELLOS - Theme from Schindlers List OFFICIAL VIDEO

    4:36

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    2CELLOS Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser playing Theme from Schindler's List by John Williams with London Symphony Orchestra.

    Video by Darko Drinovac


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  • Y-Studs - Evolution of Jewish Music Official Video

    5:43

    Y-Studs A Cappella proudly presents, the Evolution of Jewish Music!
    Based on Pentatonix’s “Evolution of Music.

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    Arranged by Ben Bram
    Additional Arranging by Gedalia Penner and Nathaniel Ribner
    Recorded by Mordy Weinstein
    Edited by Jeff Eames
    Mixed and Mastered by Ed Boyer
    Produced by Eitan Rubin, Jonathan Green, Kevin Perlitsh, Nathaniel Ribner, Gedalia Penner

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    Assistant Directors: Eitan Rubin, Jonathan Green

    Filmed at Skittish Media Labs

    Special thanks to Yeshiva University’s Belz School of Jewish Music; the amazing audio and video production crew; Jason Katz, former Y-Studs pres; Craig Resmovits; our loving families

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    Josh Eisenberg | Uri Garber | Yoni Gelfand | Jonathan Green
    Michael Lefkovits | Jake Litwin | Ari Mandelbaum
    Gedalia Penner | Kevin Perlitsh | Eitan Rubin | Nathaniel Ribner

  • Relaxing Harp Music: Sleep Music, Meditation Music, Spa Music, Instrumental Background Music ★49

    6:14

    Relaxing harp music (6 hours) usable as sleep music, meditation music, spa music and instrumental background music (called The Sea). Download this music (other links below) ►
    Soothing Relaxation is a music channel devoted to relaxing and beautiful instrumental music. I compose sleep music, meditation music, study music, background music, spa music, beautiful instrumental music and more. Listen to more harp music composed by Peder B. Helland ►

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    I am a composer from Norway and I started this channel with a simple vision: to create a place that you can visit in order to chill out & relax. I compose music that can be labeled as for example: sleep music, calm music, yoga music, study music, peaceful music, beautiful music and relaxing music. I love to compose music and I put a lot of work into it.

    Thank you very much for listening and for leaving feedback. Have a wonderful day or evening!

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  • The Best of Wagner

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    THE BEST OF WAGNER

    The Mastersingers of Nuremberg, I: Overture
    The Mastersingers of Nuremberg, Act III: Prelude ( 10:44 )
    The Mastersingers of Nuremberg, Act III: Dance of the Apprentices ( 16:37 )
    Lohengrin, WWV 75, I: Prelude ( 19:00 )
    Lohengrin, III: Prelude ( 27:57 )
    The Valkyrie, WWV 86B, III: The Ride of the Valkyries ( 30:21 )
    The Valkyrie, III: Magic Fire Music ( 36:20 )
    Parsifal, WWV 111: Overture ( 39:52 )
    Parsifal, III: Good Friday Spell ( 42:02 )
    Rienzi, the Last of the Tribunes, WWV 49, I: Overture ( 46:00 )
    Tannhäuser, WWV 70, I: Overture ( 51:17 )
    The Flying Dutchman, WWV 63, I: Overture ( 1:06:22 )
    Tristan and Isolde, WWV 90, I: Prelude ( 1:16:53 )

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    The very best of Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, Schubert, Handel, Liszt, Haydn, Strauss, Verdi, Brahms, Wagner, Mahler, Rossini, Ravel, Grieg, Ravel, Dvorák…

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  • The Three Tenors in Concert 1994: Brindisi from La Traviata

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    The Three Tenors sing the famous brindisi from Verdi's La Traviata live in concert before the 1994 World Cup in Los Angeles. Celebrate the 25th anniversary of this glorious occasion with the full performance, now digitally available for the first time:

    For this legendary concert, José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, and Luciano Pavarotti were joined by conductor Zubin Mehta, the L.A. Philharmonic, and the L.A. Music Center Opera Chorus at Dodger Stadium, where they enchanted with a selection of operatic arias and international favorites, specially orchestrated by composer/arranger Lalo Schifrin.

    A Tibor Rudas production.

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  • Hatikvah - National Israeli Anthem

    4:42

    Celebrating 60 Years of Israel

    Jewish Songs -- Live in DK MELZ Moscow, June 08, 2008
    Conductor - Alexander Tsaliuk,
    The Moscow Oratorio Society
    Moscow Male Jewish Cappella
    Musica Viva Academic Chamber Orchestra (artistic leader Alexander Rudin)

    Arranged by Igor Gorsky

    1. Hatikvah - National Israeli Anthem
    2. She-he-Heyonu Solo - Georgiy Faradzhev
    3. Avinu Malkeynu Solo - Gia Beshitaishvily
    4. Havdoloh Solo - Georgiy Faradzhev
    5. Niggun of Jerusalem Solo - Gia Beshitaishvily
    6. Ten Shabbat Solo - Gia Beshitaishvily

    Conductor and Artistic Leader: Alexander Tsaliuk

    Soloists:
    Georgy Faradzhev - Tenor,
    Giya Beshitaishvili - Tenor,
    Alexander Velikovskiy - Piano

    Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Alexander Burtman
    Video - Recorded, Edited and Mastered by Sergey Savich

  • Beethovens 5 Secrets - OneRepublic - The Piano Guys

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    The American Heritage Lyceum Philharmonic (Youth Orchestra) and its director, Kayson Brown, approached us with this idea. We loved it. It combined two of the things we are working to accomplish -- inviting people to classical music and inspiring young musicians. Steven Sharp Nelson had soloed with the orchestra the previous year and loved the spirit and the talent that the orchestra showed at such young ages (ages 13-18!) Together we developed the concept of Beethoven's 5 Secrets, combining OneRepublic's tune Secrets with melodies and moments from all four movements of Beethoven's 5th Symphony.

    We used 5 different melodies from the 4 movements of Beethoven's 5th Symphony (not including the bridge the orchestra plays in the middle). Try to guess where they are and where they come from!

    What are Beethoven's secrets? He had many. His most prominent secret that he desperately tried to keep from the public and that caused him to be considered extremely eccentric, irritable, and hermit-like was his weakness. He was deaf during most of his life. Imagine that...one of the greatest composers that ever lived could hardly hear. And yet, he wrote his life's greatest works after becoming deaf. He believed that art itself had secrets that had to be forced into in order to obtain art's highest level. There is no doubt Beethoven discovered many of the secrets of art -- people all over the world enjoy them every day. He was a true master of music, blessed by God. This piece and video are dedicated to him.


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    Credits

    Arrangement written and produced by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson
    Orchestrated by Kayson Brown & Steven Sharp Nelson
    Performed by
    American Heritage Lyceum Philharmonic, under the direction of Kayson Brown
    Additional violin work by Julie Ann Nelson (Steven's wife!) & Matthew John Nelson (Steven's brother!)
    Steven Sharp Nelson: Acoustic cello, electric cellos, percussion, vocal textures
    Al van der Beek: Vocal textures, percussion
    Secrets originally written by Ryan Tedder, published by SONY/ATV TUNES LLC
    Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Opus 67 written by Ludwig van Beethoven in 1804-1808 and debuted in Vienna's Theater an der Wien in 1808
    Orchestra recorded at MetCom Studios (
    All other instruments recorded by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios
    Mixed and Mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studio
    Video produced by Paul Anderson & Tel Stewart

    Dedicated to Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

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  • Mendelssohn - Psalms 42,95,98,114,115, Christus.. + Presentation

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    Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847) - Sacred Music : Psalms, Christus Oratorio, Vocal Works.
    *Click to activate the English subtitles for the presentation* (00:00-05:30)
    Psalm No.42 Wie der Hirsch schreit Op.42
    I _Wie der Hirsch schreit (00:00)
    II _Meine Seele dürstet nach Gott (06:52)
    III _Meine Tränen sind meine Speise (09:37)
    IV _Denn ich wollte gern hingehen (10:11)
    V _Was betrübst du dich, meine Seele (12:43)
    VI _Mein Gott, betrübt ist meine Seele (14:42)
    VII _Der Herr hat des Tages verheissen seine Güte (16:27)
    VIII _Was betrübst du dich, meine Seele (20:57)
    Soprano : Christiane Baumann / Hautbois : Andrew Swinnerton

    Psalm No.95 Kommt, lasst uns anbeten Op.46
    I _Kommt, lasst uns anbeten (25:34)
    II _Kommt herzu, lasst uns dem Herrn frohlocken (32:09)
    III _Denn in seiner Hand (37:37)
    IV _Denn sein ist das Meer (41:17)
    V _Heute, so ihr seine Stimme höret (45:04)
    Sopranos : Christiane Baumann & Joana Silva / Ténor : Pierre-André Blaser

    Psalm No.115 Nicht unserm Namen, Herr Op.31
    I _Nicht unserm Namen, Herr (51:16)
    II _Israel hofft auf dich (57:44)
    III _Er segne euch (1:02:39)
    IV _Die Toten werden dich nicht loben (1:06:59)
    Soprano : Evelyn brunner / Ténor : Alejandro Ramírez / Baryton : Philippe Huttenlocher

    CHRISTUS Op. 97 - Unfinished Oratorio
    I_'Da Jesus geboren ward’ - Recitativ Sopran (1:10:38)
    II_'Es wird eni Stern aus Jacob aufgehn’ - Chor (1:12:34)
    III_'Un der ganze Haufe stand auf’ - Rezitativ Tenor (1:18:26)
    IV_'Er nimmit auf seinen Rücken’ - Choral (1:29:07)
    Soprano : Audrey Michael / Ténor : Marcus Schaeffer / Basses : José Fardilha & Antonio Wagner Diniz

    HÖR' MEIN BITTEN HERR (1:30:52)
    Soprano : Audrey Michael

    MITTEN WIR IM LEBEN SIND (1:42:03)
    AVE MARIA (1:49:39)
    VERLEIH' UNS FRIEDEN (1:55:56)

    TE DEUM (2:00:32)
    Soprano : A.Michael / Contraltos : N.Stutzmann & S.Teixeira / Ténor : M.Schaeffer / Basse : José Fardilha

    Psalm No.114 Da Israel aus Aegypten zog Op.51 (2:09:12)

    Lass', o Herr, mich Hülfe finden Op.96
    I_Lass', o Herr, mich Hülfe finden (2:22:38)
    II_Choral (2:27:13)
    III_Herr, wir trau’n auf deine Güte (2:29:11)
    IV_Fuga (2:33:02)
    Contralto : Nathalie Stutzmann / Orgue : Guillaume Tourniaire

    Psalm 98 Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied Op.91
    I_Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied (2:36:21)
    II_Jauchzet dem Herrn (2:39:21)
    III_Er wird den Erdkreis richten (2:49:11)

    Lauda Sion Op.73
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    II_Lausis thema specialis (2:49:28)
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    V_Doctis sacris institutis (2:58:38)
    VI_Caro cibus, sanguis potus (3:00:53)
    VII_Sumit unus (3:03:46)
    Soprano : Evelyne Brunner / Alto : Naoko Ihara / Ténor : Alejandro Ramírez / Basse : Philippe Huttenlocher

    Choeur Symphonique et Orchestre de la fondation Gulbenkian de Lisbonne
    Organ : Guillaume Tourniaire
    Conductor : Michel CORBOZ
    Recorded in 1977-78, 1987

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    On est étonné du silence qui entoure encore trop souvent de nos jours la musique religieuse de Mendelssohn. Elle représente pourtant une part importante de sa production, et il semble y avoir apporté une attention particulière. Juif converti tout enfant par une décision de son père, il a toujours pris très au sérieux le fait religieux, qu'il n'associe pas forcément à une église particulière. Tout jeune, bien avant son voyage italien, il a composé un ‘’Tu es Petrus’’ très romain. Il a bien entendu travaillé pour l'office luthérien. Ses compositions pour l'église anglicane sont encore aujourd'hui au répertoire des cathédrales d'Angleterre ; son hymne Hear my prayer est un parfait modèle de l’esthétique spirituelle victorienne et a suscité bien des imitations. Une lettre du 15 juillet 1831 nous fait apercevoir une explication: Si j'ai écrit plusieurs morceaux de musique religieuse, c'est que c'était un besoin pour moi, de même qu'on a parfois besoin de lire un certain livre, la Bible, par exemple, ou tout autre, et que ce livre-là seul vous satisfait.

    Derrière la pudeur naturelle d'un jeune homme très bien élevé, ne faut-il pas voir ici la marque d'un désir de concilier dans un même mouvement une appartenance profonde au monde de la Bible et le goût de la prière musicale telle qu'il l'a rencontrée dans les œuvres de Jean-Sébastien Bach, à la redécouverte duquel il a pris, tout jeune encore, une part glorieuse, et de GeorgeFrédéric Haendel, dont il admirera sans retenue les oratorios. Les deux grandes compositions de la maturité, Elijah et Paulus, qu'aurait dû venir compléter un Christus resté inachevé, constituent ainsi un pont entre les deux traditions où le jeune Mendelssohn puise ses convictions spirituelles. Le psautier trouve naturellement sa place dans une œuvre aussi fortement ancrée dans la Bible.

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  • Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 26 - 2. Adagio

    9:25

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    Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 26 - 2. Adagio · Ray Chen · London Philharmonic Orchestra · Robert Trevino

    The Golden Age

    ℗ 2018 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 2018-06-01

    Producer, Recording Producer: Jonathan Allen
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Neil Hutchinson
    Associated Performer, Violin: Ray Chen
    Orchestra: London Philharmonic Orchestra
    Conductor: Robert Trevino
    Composer: Max Bruch

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  • Richard Wagner: Ride of the Valkyries

    5:06

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    Berlin State Opera House, 1998

  • How did Schoenberg compose Pierrot Lunaire?

    43:40

    Composer Samuel Andreyev discusses the historic and aesthetic background to Austrian composer Arnold Schoenberg's 1912 masterpiece, Pierrot Lunaire, and analyzes 2 of its 21 movements: 'Nacht', and 'der Mondfleck'.

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  • Andrea Bocelli - Con Te Partiro

    4:21

    English translation of Con Te Partirò, by Andrea Bocelli. The song is also known as Time To Say Goodbye. The translation of the original refrain is With You I will leave... Enjoy it!

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  • Daniil Trifonov: Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K. 488

    29:36

    Daniil Trifonov (Russian: Даниил Трифонов, born March 5, 1991 in Nizhny Novgorod) is a Russian concert pianist. Trifonov is a top prize winner of several major international piano competitions, including the Rubinstein competition in Tel Aviv, the International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw and the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. At the age of 21, he is quickly emerging as one of the most outstanding pianists of his generation, having the potential to build a major international performing career. He recently completed studies at the Gnessin Special School of Music in the class of Tatiana Zelikman, and is currently a student of Sergei Babayan at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Trifonov has performed around the world, including Austria, Canada, China, Germany, Italy, Israel, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the USA. Orchestras with which he has performed include the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Russian National Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Philharmonic, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Israel Camerata Orchestra, Israel Sinfonietta Beersheva, Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonia Varsovia, Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra, Sinfonietta de Lausanne, Republic of San Marino Symphony Orchestra, Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Siberian Symphony Orchestra, Nizhniy Novgorod Philharmonic Orchestra, Yaroslavl Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Musica Viva Chamber Orchestra. Trifonov has also participated in numerous music festivals, including Rheingau Musik Festival (Germany), Easter Festival, Crescendo (Russia), Arpeggione (Austria), Musica in Villa (Italy), Dame Myra Hess Series (USA), the Round Top Festival Institute (USA), International Keyboard Institute & Festival (USA), Santo Stefano (Italy), Rimini Meeting (Italy), Brighton Festival (UK), Wiener Festwochen (Vienna Festival, Austria), and Trio di Trieste Piano Festival (Italy), International Music Festival Chopin and his Europe (Poland), International Chopin Piano Festival in Duszniki Zdroj (Poland). Trifonov made his Carnegie Hall debut in May 2009, and has also performed at other prestigious concert venues like the Auditorium di Milano (Milan, Italy),Teatro la Fenice (Venice, Italy), Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, Barbican Hall and Wigmore Hall (London, UK), as well as the Rathausplatz in Vienna's Town Hall Square, where he was awarded Third Prize representing Russia in the Eurovision Young Musicians Competition 2010. In addition to developing an important performing career, Daniil Trifonov is also active as a composer of piano, chamber and orchestral music. His first CD was released on Decca in 2011, featuring a selection of Chopin solo piano works. He has also made a number of television recordings in Russia, Poland, Japan, the USA and Italy. Martha Argerich about Daniil Trifonov (Financial Times): Last night I listened to him again on YouTube - he has everything and more. What he does with his hands is technically incredible. It's also his touch - he has tenderness and also the demonic element. I never heard anything like that....


    Track List

    0:30 Allegro in A major and common time.
    12:20 Adagio in F-sharp minor and 6/8 time
    19:36 Allegro assai in A and alla breve


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  • Williams, John Schindlers List

    3:46

    John Williams (1932)
    Theme from the movie Schindler's List (1993)

  • Perlman, George Concertino for violin + piano

    10:26

    George Perlman (1897-2000)
    Concertino for violin + piano (pupil's concerto)
    Movement 1 : moderately fast
    Movement 2 : slowly
    Movement 3 : quickly

  • Schindlers List - John Williams

    4:41

    The theme from Steven Spielberg's classic film 'Schindler's List', composed by John Williams for Itzhak Perlman.

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    Piano - David Webb
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    Audio Recording, Costumes/Locations - Nathan Webb
    Roadies/Lighting - Peter, Isaac & Rebecca Webb

  • Come, Come, Ye Saints - Mormon Tabernacle Choir

    4:59

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    The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square perform one of their signature anthems, Come, Come Ye Saints arranged by Mack Wilberg.

    Lyrics:
    Come, come ye Saints, no toil nor labor fear;
    But with joy wend your way.
    Though hard to you this journey may appear,
    Grace shall be as your day.
    ’Tis better far for us to strive
    Our useless cares from us to drive;
    Do this, and joy your hearts will swell:
    All is well! All is well!

    Why should we mourn or think our lot is hard?
    ’Tis not so; all is right.
    Why should we think to earn a great reward
    If we now shun the fight?
    Gird up your loins; fresh courage take.
    Our God will never us forsake;
    And soon we’ll have this tale to tell:
    All is well! All is well!

    We’ll find the place which God for us prepared,
    Far away in the West,
    Where none shall come to hurt or make afraid.
    There the Saints will be blessed.
    We’ll make the air with music ring,
    Shout praises to our God and King;
    Above the rest these words we’ll tell:
    All is well! All is well!

    And should we die before our journey’s through;
    Happy day! All is well!
    We then are free from toil and sorrow, too;
    With the just we shall dwell!
    But if our lives are spared again
    To see the Saints their rest obtain,
    Oh, how we’ll make this chorus swell:
    All is well! All is well!

    Happy Day! All is well! All is well!

    From the Music and the Spoken Word broadcast episode 4323, July 22, 2012.

  • Liszt - Mephisto Waltz no. 1 in A major - Daniil Trifonov

    11:41

    Daniil Trifonov performs Liszt - Mephisto Waltz no. 1 in A major at the Arthur Rubinstein Piano Master Competition (May, 2011, Tel Aviv).

    Since its inception in 1974, the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition is one of the foremost Piano Competitions in the world. Arthur Rubinstein, who gave his blessing to the competition, headed the jury of the first two competitions (1974 & 1977).
    The competition, is held every three years in Tel Aviv, Israel.
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  • James Newton Howard: Scoring the Soundtrack to A Hidden Life | Composer Commentary

    1:39

    A Composer Commentary with James Newton Howard: Scoring the Soundtrack to A Hidden Life

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    ABOUT A HIDDEN LIFE
    Based on real events, from visionary writer-director Terrence Malick, A Hidden Life is the story of an unsung hero, Franz Jägerstätter, who refused to fight for the Nazis in World War II. When the Austrian farmer is faced with the threat of execution for treason, it is his unwavering faith and his love for his wife Fani and children that keeps his spirit alive.


    ABOUT JAMES NEWTON HOWARD
    James Newton Howard is an eight time Oscar nominee and one of the industry’s most versatile and in-demand composers. Credited with over 140 motion picture and television scores, Howard’s success reflects the experiences of a rich musical past. Beginning his classical training as a pianist at age four, it was his early work in the pop/rock arena that allowed him to hone his talents as a musician, arranger, songwriter and producer with some of pop’s biggest names including Elton John, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Barbra Streisand, Rod Stewart, Bob Seger, Chicago, Toto and Chaka Khan among many others. When he was offered his first film, Head Office in 1985, he knew he had found his calling. Howard’s long list of credits include both Fantastic Beasts films, all four installments of The Hunger Games, Maleficent, The Dark Knight (for which he won the 2009 Grammy Award along with Hans Zimmer), I Am Legend, Blood Diamond, King Kong, Batman Begins, Signs, The Sixth Sense and Pretty Woman.

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    2. Israel in Egypt, HWV 54, Part I, No. 15 Double Chorus: And Israel Saw That Great Work & 16 Chorus: And Believed The Lord
    3. Surrounded by Walls
    4. Return
    5. Indoctrination
    6. Morality in Darkness
    7. Love and Suffering
    8. Tabula rasa: II. Silentium
    9. Hope
    10. Descent
    11. Czech Suite in D Major, Op. 39: I. Allegro moderato
    12. Kleines Requiem für eine Polka, Op. 66: IV. Adagio Cantabile
    13. Knotted
    14. There Will Be No Mysteries

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  • Time To Say Goodbye

    4:07

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    Time To Say Goodbye (Con Te Partirò) · Sarah Brightman · Andrea Bocelli

    The Best of Andrea Bocelli - 'Vivere'

    ℗ 1996 EastWest Records GmbH

    Released on: 2007-01-01

    Producer: Frank Peterson
    Composer Lyricist: Lucio Quarantotto
    Composer Lyricist: Francesco Sartori

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  • Amit Peled: Homage to Pablo Casals – Founders Day 2015

    1:25:10

    Faculty artist Amit Peled recreates the program Pablo Casals played at Peabody on the day of its 100th anniversary, performing on Casals' own 1733 Goffriller cello (February 12, 2015).

    Opening remarks by Fred Bronstein, dean of the Peabody Institute, and Ronald Daniels, president of Johns Hopkins University. 0:00

    Sonata in G minor – George Frideric Handel 4:55

    Suite No. 3 in C Major – Johann Sebastian Bach 14:04

    Variations in E-flat Major – Ludwig van Beethoven 34:36

    Remarks by Amit Peled 45:27

    Élégie – Gabriel Fauré 49:43

    Sicilienne – Gabriel Fauré 56:19

    Papillon – Gabriel Fauré 1:00:06

    Aria from Pastorale in F Major – J. S. Bach 1:03:25

    Allegro Appasionato – Camille Saint-Saëns 1:07:18

    Q&A 1:12:07

    Encore: Prayer from Jewish Life – Ernest Bloch 1:19:55

    This concert was broadcast live on the Johns Hopkins University Ustream channel on February 12, 2015 and viewed by over 1,000 people in 45 states and 22 foreign countries.

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  • John Williams, Itzhak Perlman - Schindlers List

    4:59

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  • Erik Satie - Gymnopédie No. 1 - EASY Piano Tutorial

    3:31

    How to play the Gymnopédie No. 1 (Première Gymnopédie) by Erik Satie on piano!
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    French composer Erik Satie published three piano pieces called Gymopedies, the first one in 1888.

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  • AYiddishe Mamme

    6:52

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    AYiddishe Mamme · Itzhak Perlman/Israel Philharmonic Orchestra/Dov Seltzer

    Tradition - Itzhak Perlman plays familiar Jewish Melodies

    ℗ 1987 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

    Musicians: Itzhak Perlman
    Clarinet, Musicians: Israel Zohar (2, 3, 5, 8)
    Lead Vocals: Itzhak Perlman
    Lead Vocals: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Conductor, Lead Vocals: Dov Seltzer
    Orchestra: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Violin: Itzhak Perlman
    Producer: John Fraser
    Tonmeister: John Kurlander
    Arranger: Dov Seltzer
    Composer: Lew Pollack

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  • Mondonville - Grands Motets, Dominus regnavit, In exitu Israel + P°

    1:11:47

    Jean-Joseph Cassanéa de Mondonville (1711-1772) Grands Motets.
    *Click to activate the English subtitles for the presentation* (00:00-03:20)
    *Grands motets
    Dominus regnavit / 7 (00:00)
    Et enim firmavit / 3-4-6 (04:01)
    Parata sedes / 1-2 (06:37)
    Elevaverunt flumina / 7 (09:22)
    Testimonia tua : 1 (13:32)
    Gloria Patri / 1-2-3-5-6-7 (17:33)

    *In exitu Israel
    March and chorus 'ln exitu’ / 7(21:55)
    Mare vidit / 7 (24:37)
    Jordanis conversus est retrorsum / 7 (25:52)
    Montes exsultaverunt / 3 (28:08)
    Quid est tibi, mare : 5-7 (34:26)
    A facie Domini / 5-7 (35:29)
    Qui timent Dominurn / 2 (40:25)
    I Non mortui laudabunt te / 7 (44:46)

    *De profundis
    De profundis clamavi / 7 (48:45)
    Fiant aures tuae / 5 (52:09)
    Quia apud te / 3 (54:54)
    A custodia matutina / 7 (59:35)
    Quia apud Dominum / 2-7 (1:01:52)
    Et ipse redimet Israel / 1-7 (1:04:18)
    Requiem eternam / 7 (1:07:09)

    Sophie Daneman : soprano // dessus 1 / 1
    Maryseult Wieczorek : soprano // dessus 2 / 2
    Paul Agnew : tenor // hautecontre / 3
    Frangois Piolino tenor 2 // taille / 4
    Maarten Koningsberger baritone // basse-taile / 5
    Frangois Bazola : bass / 6
    Choir / 7
    Orchestra : Les Arts Florissants
    WILLIAM CHRISTIE
    Recorded in 1996, at Paris
    © Oscar Ortega / Picture W.Christie

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    Le Grand Motet (Chant à plusieurs voix, souvent accompagné d’instruments et inspiré de textes sacrés) au XVIIIe siècle. Les derniers Grands Motets de MichelRichard Delalande (composés ou révisés après 1 700) constituent le modèle de référence des motets de Versailles du XVIIe siècle. En général, les motets de Delalande sont construits en sections autonomes d'airs pour soliste (appelés récits) duos ou trios chœurs, ritournelles et symphonies pour orchestre. Ce modèle a inspiré les compositeurs de la fin du XVIIIe siècle tout en faisant obstacle à tout changement.

    Le Grand Motet, qui n'avait plus de fonction liturgique à la Chapelle Royale et n'était pas en phase avec le monde frivole de la Régence, n aurait jamais dû survivre à l'époque du Roi Soleil. Et pourtant il subsista, inchangé dans sa structure et inscrit de manière permanente au répertoire de la Chapelle Royale, puis, après 1725 demeura l'un des morceaux de concert du Concert Spirituel et du Concert Français à Paris.

    Plus tard, au cours de ce même siècle, Marmontel eut l'idée d'extraire certains versets des grands motets pour les exécuter séparément, mais il comprit que l’«auctoritas» du Grand Motet au Concert Spirituel était si puissante qu'aucune suppression n'y serait admise (« la difficulté se réduit à l'habitude et peut-être à l'opinion »).

    Bien que la structure générale du Grand Motet reste immuable tout au long du XVIIIe siècle, des modifications purement musicales s'y introduisent. L'orchestre, et surtout les instruments à vent, prennent une place plus importante. L' Exaudiat te Dominos de Boismortier ( 1 730), par exemple, comporte des parties pour piccolo, deux hautbois, trompette et timbales ; et le Benedicam Dominum de Blanchard (1757) est mis en musique pour flûte, deux hautbois, deux clarinettes, deux bassons et cor. Toutes les ressources de l'orchestre de motet viennent souvent illustrer le texte de psaumes particuliers. La source de ces passages découle certainement de la musique de scène de Lully et de ses successeUrs. Notus in Judœa Deus de Campra, par exemple, comporte un « sommeil ». Dans Lauda Jerusalem (1 727) l'orchestre de Campra s'introduit dans le chœur par des contrepoints rapides de violon, tout à fait à la manière des grandes fresques chorales de son Idoménée. Le Dominos regnavit de Mondonville (1734) comporte une « tempeste» empruntée aux scènes d'orage des opéras qui remontent à Thétis et ( 1 689) de Collasse.

    Le Grand Motet du XVIIIe siècle est aussi redevable à l'Italie. La principale source stylistique de son « récit» est souvent l'aria da capo plutôt que l'air à la française. Ses pulsations rythmiques mécaniques et une écriture plus audacieuse pour les cordes proviennent du concerto italien. Un des premiers exemples en est « et lux perpetua s le De Profundis de Delalande. Il n st pas étonnant que la majorité des grands motets de la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle soit due à des « sous-maîtres » de la Chapelle Royale : André Campra, Nicola Bernier, Charles-Hubert Gervais et Henr Madin. Quatre Grands Motets compose en exil par Henri Desmarest étaient destinés à la Chapelle Royale. En revanc e, les Grands Motets de Jean-Philippe Rameau (tous, œuvres précoces) étaient probablement composés pour être exécutés en concert.

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  • Williams: Schindlers List: Jewish Town - Korynta · Prague Film Orchestra

    5:22

    John Williams: Schindler's List: Jewish Town
    George Korynta - conductor · Violin solo: Michaela Štrausová · Prague Film Orchestra / Recorded at Saint Market Church, Prague on 14th of October 2012

    Cameras: Martin Vinš, Jan Hrušovský & Jakub Šebek


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  • Oifn Pripetchik brennt a feierl

    4:10

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    Oif'n Pripetchik brennt a feier'l · Itzhak Perlman/Israel Philharmonic Orchestra/Dov Seltzer

    Tradition - Itzhak Perlman plays familiar Jewish Melodies

    ℗ 1987 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

    Conductor: Dov Seltzer
    Orchestra: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Musicians: Itzhak Perlman
    Clarinet, Musicians: Israel Zohar (2, 3, 5, 8)
    Lead Vocals: Itzhak Perlman
    Lead Vocals: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Lead Vocals: Dov Seltzer
    Violin: Itzhak Perlman
    Producer: John Fraser
    Tonmeister: John Kurlander
    Arranger: Dov Seltzer
    Composer: Mark Warshavsky

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  • Israel Edelson - Kah Ribon | Zmora Womens Orchestra | Conductor: Rina Schaefer

    5:19

    Kah Ribon Niggun: for Flute & String Orchestra
    Source of the Niggun Arba Bavos: Vizhnitz Chassidim
    Composer: Israel Edelson
    Performed by: The Zmora Women's Orchestra of the Ron Shulamit Conservatory
    Conductor & Music Director: Rina Schaefer
    חליל סולו: רחל שכטמן
    From the CD KeNagan Hamenagen - Jewish Classical Music
    Studio recording - Mishkenot Sha'ananim Music Center, Jerusalem-Israel, 2007.
    Sound coordination: David Haddad

    Kah Ribon is a popular and loved Shabbat song. Of the many tunes composed, this Vizhnitz Chassidic melody stands out, due to the sad-sweet softness of its first part, and the dramatic momentum of the second part.


    ניגון קה ריבון – לחליל ולתזמורת מיתרים
    מחבר הניגון: ר' שניאור זלמן מלאדי (האדמור הזקן)
    מלחין: ישראל אדלסון
    בביצוע תזמורת הנשים זמורה מבית קונסרבטוריון רון שולמית
    ניצוח וניהול מוסיקלי: רינה שייפר
    חליל סולו: רחל שכטמן
    מתוך תקליטור כנגן המנגן – מוסיקה קלאסית יהודית
    הקלטת סטודיו - מרכז למוסיקה משכנות שאננים, ירושלים-ישראל, 2007.
    תיאום צליל: דוד חדד
    ''קה ריבון'' היא אחת הידועות והאהובות מזמירות שבת. מבין הלחנים הרבים שחוברו לפיוט נפלא זה בולטת מנגינה זו, מבית חסידות ויז'ניץ, בשל הרכות העצובה-מתוקה של חלקה הראשון, והתנופה הדרמטית של חלקה השני.


    The Jerusalem orthodox women's orchestra, Zmora, is part of the famed Ron Shulamit Conservatory, funded by the Ministry of Culture Affairs and the Municipality of Jerusalem.
    The orchestra was first established in 2002 under the direction of Rina Schaefer and has since performed many concerts and cultural events for women in a wide variety of programs in Jerusalem and throughout Israel. The Zmora Orchestra has produced the CD KeNagan Hamenagen featuring new artistic adaptations of artistic Jewish music.
    One of Zmora’s unique features is its eclectic musical programs including light classical works, artistic arrangements of popular, folk and ethnic Jewish music and new contemporary compositions.
    The goal of the orchestra is to make artistic music accessible to the religious female community of music lovers. For this reason, the concert is accompanied by explanations and preceded by short excerpts before each composition.
    Starting from season 2018-19 Bracha Bdil has been the chief conductor and artistic director of the Zmora Women's Orchestra.

    The Ron Shulamit Conservatory is an institution that has been at the forefront of musical innovation for over 100 years. One of its main goals is the cultivation of education, culture and art in the orthodox community.

    To order performance for updates on concerts & joining the Zmora mailing list:
    Tel: +972-2-6528531 Ext. 9
    Email: zmora@ronshulamit.org.il

    תזמורת הנשים זמורה היא תזמורת חרדית ירושלמית מבית קונסרבטוריון רון שולמית הנתמכת על ידי משרד התרבות ועיריית ירושלים. התזמורת הוקמה לראשונה בשנת 2002 בניצוחה של רינה שייפר ומאז מרבה להופיע בקונצרטים ובאירועי תרבות לנשים במגוון רחב של תכניות בירושלים וברחבי הארץ. תזמורת זמורה הפיקה את התקליטור 'כנגן המנגן' המגיש מוסיקה קלאסית יהודית בעיבוד אמנותי מחודש.
    אחד ממאפייניה הייחודיים של התזמורת הוא האקלקטיות של התכניות המוסיקליות הכוללות יצירות קלאסיות קומוניקטיביות, עיבודים אמנותיים למוסיקה יהודית שורשית, עממית ופופולרית, ויצירות חדשות בנות זמנינו.
    מטרת התזמורת היא הנגשת המוסיקה האמנותית לקהל חובבות המוסיקה בציבור הנשים, זו אחת הסיבות שהקונצרטים מלווים בדברי הסבר ובהדגמות מוסיקליות קודם ביצוע היצירות.
    החל מעונה 2018-9 ברכה בדיל היא המנצחת והמנהלת האמנותית של תזמורת זמורה.
    קונסרבטוריון רון שולמית הינו מוסד בעל וותק של למעלה ממאה שנים. אחד מפעליו החשובים הוא פיתוח חינוך, תרבות ואומנות באוכלוסייה החרדית.

    להזמנת מופעים / לקבלת עדכונים על קונצרטים ולהצטרפות לרשימת התפוצה:
    טלפון: 02-6528531 שלוחה 9
    אימייל: zmora@ronshulamit.org.il

  • Schindlers List - Mandolin Quartet - Raziel Tsur - רשימת שינדלר - רזיאל צור מנדולינות

    3:17

    John Williams - Schindler's List Theme
    In Memory of the Six Million: Holocaust Memorial Day
    Performed by Dolce Mandolin Quartet
    April 2020, Israel

    Musicians:
    Mandolin Solo - Raziel Mahatzri
    Second Mandolin - Vered Levi
    Mandola - Hila Ben Yehuda
    Mandocello - Shahar Avraham

    The Israeli Mandolin Quartet Dolce led by the musician and mandolin soloist Raziel Tsur, specializes in playing various styles: classical music, Spanish / Italian music world music, jazz, Israeli and original music. The uniqueness is engaging virtuoso performance with a great spirit and energy expressed in all different styles of music. With the renewal of the mandolin as a classical concert with a rich musical range, Dolce mandolin quartet playing pieces by composers such as: Mozart, Vivaldi, Bach, Saraste, Boccherini, Manuel de Falla, Bartok and more .. The members of the quartet played and performed with the Israeli Plectrum Orchestra at international festivals: Festival Zofaorkstrh, Germany. Festival Kolttz'orh, Poland. Festival Rmirmont, France Venice Film Festival, Italy. And more

  • Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: I. Allegro

    4:13

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: I. Allegro · Marina Marsden, Clemens Leske

    AMEB Violin Series 9 Sixth Grade

    ℗ Ameb

    Released on: 2019-01-25

    Arranger: Stephen Chin
    Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • ARVP May 6, 2020 - Israel - The Next Generation

    1:8:07

    Israel - The Next Generation (Recital #1)
    Live from Tel Aviv
    Clairmont Hall, Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, Tel Aviv University

    Tom Zalmanov

    Leoš Janáček (1854-1928)
    Sonata 1.X.1905 “From the Street”
    I. Predtucha (The Presentiment) - Con moto
    II. Smrt (Death) - Adagio

    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
    Sonata No. 26 in E-flat Major, Op. 81a- ''Les Adieux''
    I. Das Lebewohl: Adagio – Allegro
    II. Abwesenheit: Andante espressivo
    III. Das Wiedersehen: Vivacissimamente

    Illia Ovcharenko

    Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757)
    Keyboard Sonata in F minor, K.466 (there is an error in the piece information on the video)
    Keyboard Sonata in E major, K.20

    Sergei Rachmaninov (1873-1943)
    Piano Sonata No.2 in B-flat Minor, Op.36 (2nd version, 1931)
    I. Allegro agitato
    II. Non allegro—Lento
    III. L'istesso tempo—Allegro molto

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    Artistic Directors:
    Idith Zvi (Arthur Rubinstein International Society),
    Prof. Tomer Lev (Buchman-Mehta School of Music),
    _______________________________________________________
    The Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition and The Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, in conjunction with Haaretz newspaper have decided to join forces and produce the Arthur Rubinstein Virtual Piano-Fest (ARVP). The ARVP will include live recitals by young Israeli pianists, performing from the Buchman-Mehta School of Music, engagements with former Rubinstein laureates around the world, selected highlights from previous Rubinstein competitions, live roundtable and more.

    The Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition is an international piano competition specializing in the classical music championed by Arthur Rubinstein. The competition has been held every three years in Tel Aviv, Israel since 1974.

  • Consolation by Paul Ibbotson + Sheet Music - Performed by Esther Abrami

    6:18

    To Buy The Sheet Music:

    Performed by Esther Abrami and Iyad Sughayer at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.

    Recorded by Mill Media:

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  • Eleanor Alberga Interview | Identity & Aesthetic: Five British-Caribbean Composers

    39:37

    The British Music Collection and Sound and Music present Kreutzer Quartet violist and researcher Clifton Harrison curating a series of filmed interviews with five composers who have successfully carved their own path in the British contemporary classical music scene. Listen to their stories and gain a deeper understanding of who they are through their work.

    Notes by Clifton Harrison,

    I first met her and her husband Thomas Bowes in 2011 at a chamber music festival in Denmark. It proved to be a wonderful introduction to Eleanor as a person, composer, and pianist. I felt instantly drawn to her and immediately wanted to know more about her and her music. We performed part of her second string quartet that year alongside works by Shostakovich and Mendelssohn. Eleanor also performed some of her wonderful works for solo piano and piano duet. We met professionally again recently at the Arcadia Music Festival, a festival that Eleanor and Thomas run near their home in Herefordshire UK. Eleanor and I sat down and had a chat at the Royal Academy of Music. We discussed her life and passions as well as obstacles and social issues. In this film, Eleanor opens up and allows us to see what has inspired her and her musical style throughout the years. This year, 2019, marks the 70th year of Eleanor Alberga’s birth. Visit for more information.

    Eleanor Alberga - British Music Collection profile:



    Directed and produced by Clifton Harrison
    Camera and editor: Clifton Harrison
    Sound: Clifton Harrison
    Titles and post-production: Clifton Harrison

    A full list of photo and video credits can be found at the end of each film.

    Thank you to Eleanor Alberga, Hannah Catherine Jones, Hannah Kendall, Dr. Shirley J. Thompson OBE, Errollyn Wallen MBE, Alex Gowan-Webster, Alex Noble, Helen Sanderson, Royal Academy of Music, Royal College of Music, Rambert Dance Company, Southbank Centre, Heritage Quay, University of Huddersfield, and many more.

    More information at

  • ARVP May 16, 2020: Intermezzo with Arik - Alexander Korsantia

    54:32

    Arthur Rubinstein Virtual PianoFest, 5 – 21 May 2020
    Saturday, 16 May 2020

    Prof. Arie Vardi interviews Alexander Korsantia, winner of the Arthur Rubinstein Competition, 1995.

    Alexander Korsantia was born in Tbilisi, Georgia and began his music studies at the age of 5 with his mother, professor of piano at the Tbilisi State Conservatory. He continued his studies with Tengiz Amiredjibi, considered the best piano teacher in Georgia. As a child, Korsantia won many awards. In 1988 he won first prize at the International Young Pianists Competition in Sydney Australia. In 1993, he played as a soloist with Classica Orchestra and the St. Petersburg Kirov Orchestra, under the baton of maestro Valery Gergiev. Then, in 1992, Korsantia moved with his family to the United States to continue his studies under Alexander Toradze at Indiana University. He won the gold medal at the 1995 Rubinstein Competition in Tel Aviv, which launched his international career.

    Joseph Haydn - Sonata in E-flat Major, H.XVI:49
    I. Allegro
    II. II. Adagio e cantabile
    III. III. Finale. Tempo di Minuet

    Recorded in 2016 at the Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory

    JOIN OUR MAILING LIST AND BE UPDATED WITH OUR LATEST NEWS:

    Artistic Directors:
    Idith Zvi (Arthur Rubinstein International Society),
    Prof. Tomer Lev (Buchman-Mehta School of Music),
    The Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition and The Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, in conjunction with Haaretz newspaper have decided to join forces and produce the Arthur Rubinstein Virtual Piano-Fest (ARVP). The ARVP will include live recitals by young Israeli pianists, performing from the Buchman-Mehta School of Music, engagements with former Rubinstein laureates around the world, selected highlights from previous Rubinstein competitions, live roundtable and more.

  • Vivaldi: Concerto For Violin And Strings In F Minor, Op.8, No.4, RV.297 Linverno - 1....

    3:42

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Vivaldi: Concerto For Violin And Strings In F Minor, Op.8, No.4, RV.297 L'inverno - 1. Allegro non molto (Live) · Itzhak Perlman · Israel Philharmonic Orchestra · Zubin Mehta

    Huberman Festival 1982

    ℗ 1983 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2015-11-20

    Producer: Dr. Steven Paul
    Producer, Recording Producer: Hans Weber
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Klaus Scheibe
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Jobst Eberhardt
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Joachim Niss
    Composer: Antonio Vivaldi

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  • Violins of Hope | Leshnoff Symphony No. 4

    8:52

    Buy / Stream:

    The Violins of Hope are a collection of restored instruments played by Jewish musicians during The Holocaust. In 2015, Nashville Symphony commissioned critically-acclaimed composer Jonathan Leshnoff to write a symphony dedicated to this project, and in 2018, the Nashville Symphony premiered this work with the actual Violins of Hope. On May 2nd, in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, this album will be released on Naxos.

    Featuring performances from Nashville Symphony and guitarist Jason Vieaux, this album is available now on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, ArkivMusic, and more:

    In this documentary, Jonathan Leshnoff describes the inspiration and musical journey of this work, entitled ‘Symphony No. 4’, and Nashville Symphony musicians Gerald Greer and Carolyn Bailey give us a closer look at the Violins of Hope instruments.

    ____

    This recording of Leshnoff’s Fourth Symphony features members of the Nashville Symphony playing on the ‘Violins of Hope’ – an extraordinary collection of instruments played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust, restored by Israeli luthiers Amnon and
    Avshi Weinstein.

    Jonathan Leshnoff has been ranked among the most performed living composers by American orchestras in recent seasons, and upcoming seasons are comparably active with musical activity and collaborations. His Symphony No. 1 was available on Naxos 8.559670.

    According to Fanfare, it is ‘a satisfying work with potentially broad appeal, demonstrating that there is still plenty meaningful to say within the symphonic genre.’ (Want List) Also available is a recording of the Violin Concerto and String Quartet No. 1 featuring violin soloist
    Charles Wetherbee and the Carpe Diem String Quartet (8.559398).

    The artists involved in this release are all GRAMMY® Award-winners, led by the Nashville Symphony and its music director Giancarlo Guerrero. Champions of new American music, among their award-winning recordings include works by Michael Daugherty (Metropolis Symphony on 8.559635; Tales of Hemingway on 8.559798), Stephen Paulus (Three Places of Enlightenment on 8.559740), and Jennifer Higdon (All Things Majestic and Viola Concerto on 8.559823).


    Music and spirituality both allow me to transcend my physical limitations and journey to places that would otherwise be impossible to go. Jewish mysticism has served as an inexhaustible inspiration for me, as the works on this recording illustrate. Heichalos, based on the ancient mystical text, was written with the Violins of Hope in mind; I include reflective questions in the score to exude deep meditation from the musicians. My Guitar Concerto is an exploration of worlds from its mysterious beginnings to its fiery, dance-inspired finale. Starburst, my most performed work, is a sparkling display of the infinite energy of the cosmos. – Jonathan Leshnoff

  • ARVP May 19 - Sara Daneshpour plays Mozart Piano Concerto No. 25 in C Major

    35:58

    Arthur Rubinstein Virtual PianoFest, 5 – 21 May 2020
    18:00 Tel Aviv / 17:00 Berlin/Paris / 16:00 London / 11:00 New York

    From the Arthur Rubinstein Competition Treasury Selected Archive Concerts
    Sara Daneshpour, 3rd prize winner of the 2017 Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition

    W.A. Mozart
    Concerto No. 25 in C Major, K.503
    I. Allegro maestoso
    II. Andante
    III. Allegretto

    The Israel Camerata, Jerusalem
    Conductor: Avner Biron

    Recorded at the Final Stage of the 2017 Rubinstein Competition

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    Artistic Directors:
    Idith Zvi (Arthur Rubinstein International Society),
    Prof. Tomer Lev (Buchman-Mehta School of Music),
    _______________________________________________________
    The Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition and The Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, in conjunction with Haaretz newspaper have decided to join forces and produce the Arthur Rubinstein Virtual Piano-Fest (ARVP). The ARVP will include live recitals by young Israeli pianists, performing from the Buchman-Mehta School of Music, engagements with former Rubinstein laureates around the world, selected highlights from previous Rubinstein competitions, live roundtable and more.

    The Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition is an international piano competition specializing in the classical music championed by Arthur Rubinstein. The competition has been held every three years in Tel Aviv, Israel since 1974.

  • Rozhinkes mit Mandelen

    5:42

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Classics

    Rozhinkes mit Mandelen · Itzhak Perlman/Israel Philharmonic Orchestra/Dov Seltzer

    Tradition - Itzhak Perlman plays familiar Jewish Melodies

    ℗ 1987 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

    Conductor: Dov Seltzer
    Orchestra: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Musicians: Itzhak Perlman
    Clarinet, Musicians: Israel Zohar (2, 3, 5, 8)
    Lead Vocals: Itzhak Perlman
    Lead Vocals: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Lead Vocals: Dov Seltzer
    Violin: Itzhak Perlman
    Producer: John Fraser
    Tonmeister: John Kurlander
    Composer: Abraham Goldfaden
    Arranger: Dov Seltzer

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  • ARVP May 9, 2020 - Intermezzo with Arik with Dr. Alina Rubinstein

    51:17

    2020 - May 9, 2020
    Intermezzo with Arik
    Prof. Arie Vardi hosts Dr. Alina Rubinstein in his celebrated TV show
    Dr. Alina Rubinstein, the daughter of renowned pianist Arthur Rubinstein, is a psychiatrist living in New York. Prof. Vardi and Dr. Rubinstein in a conversation about her father's career and musical legacy. (Recorded in 2014 at the Israeli Educational Television)

    Arthur Rubinstein in historic video recordings:
    Franz Schubert - Impromptu in A-flat Major, Op. 90, No. 4
    Johannes Brahms - Intermezzo in B-flat Minor, Op. 117, No. 2
    Frédéric Chopin - Scherzo No. 2 in B-flat Minor, Op. 31

    The Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition is an international piano competition specializing in the classical music championed by Arthur Rubinstein. The competition has been held every three years in Tel Aviv, Israel since 1974.


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  • Israel Edelson - Romanza | Zmora Womens Orchestra | Conductor: Rina Schaefer

    4:28

    Ronanza: for Clarinet & String Orchestra
    Composer: Israel Edelson
    Performed by: The Zmora Women's Orchestra of the Ron Shulamit Conservatory
    Conductor & Music Director: Rina Schaefer
    Solo clarinet: Orly Idan-Glauber
    From the CD KeNagan Hamenagen - Jewish Classical Music
    Studio recording - Mishkenot Sha'ananim Music Center, Jerusalem-Israel, 2007-8.
    Sound coordination: David Haddad

    A Jewish-Spanish romance telling of a girl sharing with her mother her dream of going to faraway Jerusalem. The girl describes the beauty of Jerusalem and expresses her faith that she will one day get there.


    רומנסה – לקלרינט ולתזמורת מיתרים
    מלחין: ישראל אדלסון
    בביצוע תזמורת הנשים זמורה מבית קונסרבטוריון רון שולמית
    ניצוח וניהול מוסיקלי: רינה שייפר
    כינור סולו: ורה ויידמן
    מתוך תקליטור כנגן המנגן – מוסיקה קלאסית יהודית
    הקלטת סטודיו - מרכז למוסיקה משכנות שאננים, ירושלים-ישראל, 2007-8.
    תיאום צליל: דוד חדד

    רומנסה יהודית ספרדית המספרת על נערה החולקת עם אימה את חלומה להגיע לירושלים הרחוקה. הנערה מתארת בעיני רוחה את יופיה של ירושלים ומביעה את בטחונה בריבון העולמים שיום אחד תגיע לשם.


    The Jerusalem orthodox women's orchestra, Zmora, is part of the famed Ron Shulamit Conservatory, funded by the Ministry of Culture Affairs and the Municipality of Jerusalem.
    The orchestra was first established in 2002 under the direction of Rina Schaefer and has since performed many concerts and cultural events for women in a wide variety of programs in Jerusalem and throughout Israel. The Zmora Orchestra has produced the CD KeNagan Hamenagen featuring new artistic adaptations of artistic Jewish music.
    One of Zmora’s unique features is its eclectic musical programs including light classical works, artistic arrangements of popular, folk and ethnic Jewish music and new contemporary compositions.
    The goal of the orchestra is to make artistic music accessible to the religious female community of music lovers. For this reason, the concert is accompanied by explanations and preceded by short excerpts before each composition.
    Starting from season 2018-19 Bracha Bdil has been the chief conductor and artistic director of the Zmora Women's Orchestra.

    The Ron Shulamit Conservatory is an institution that has been at the forefront of musical innovation for over 100 years. One of its main goals is the cultivation of education, culture and art in the orthodox community.

    To order performance for updates on concerts & joining the Zmora mailing list:
    Tel: +972-2-6528531 Ext. 9
    Email: zmora@ronshulamit.org.il


    תזמורת הנשים זמורה היא תזמורת חרדית ירושלמית מבית קונסרבטוריון רון שולמית הנתמכת על ידי משרד התרבות ועיריית ירושלים. התזמורת הוקמה לראשונה בשנת 2002 בניצוחה של רינה שייפר ומאז מרבה להופיע בקונצרטים ובאירועי תרבות לנשים במגוון רחב של תכניות בירושלים וברחבי הארץ. תזמורת זמורה הפיקה את התקליטור 'כנגן המנגן' המגיש מוסיקה קלאסית יהודית בעיבוד אמנותי מחודש.
    אחד ממאפייניה הייחודיים של התזמורת הוא האקלקטיות של התכניות המוסיקליות הכוללות יצירות קלאסיות קומוניקטיביות, עיבודים אמנותיים למוסיקה יהודית שורשית, עממית ופופולרית, ויצירות חדשות בנות זמנינו.
    מטרת התזמורת היא הנגשת המוסיקה האמנותית לקהל חובבות המוסיקה בציבור הנשים, זו אחת הסיבות שהקונצרטים מלווים בדברי הסבר ובהדגמות מוסיקליות קודם ביצוע היצירות.
    החל מעונה 2018-9 ברכה בדיל היא המנצחת והמנהלת האמנותית של תזמורת זמורה.
    קונסרבטוריון רון שולמית הינו מוסד בעל וותק של למעלה ממאה שנים. אחד מפעליו החשובים הוא פיתוח חינוך, תרבות ואומנות באוכלוסייה החרדית.

    להזמנת מופעים / לקבלת עדכונים על קונצרטים ולהצטרפות לרשימת התפוצה:
    טלפון: 02-6528531 שלוחה 9
    אימייל: zmora@ronshulamit.org.il

  • Klezmer and orchestra! Kleztory with Strings! klezmer band with classic chamber orchestra

    3:55

    Canadian klezmer band Kleztory accompanied by Nouvelle Generation Chamber orchestra.
    Montreal 2018
    Traditional klezmer band accompanied by a classic chamber orchestra



    Bookings

    North America

    Marc Labelle
    Les Productions Marc Labelle Inc.
    Tel.
    (450) 584-3593
    Email
    amerix@aei.ca
    Website


    Europe

    Birgit Bogner
    ART.E.M Artists and Event Management
    Tel.
    (+49) 172 300 20 11
    Email
    info@artem-berlin.de
    Website


    also, check playlists:
    Orchestra music:
    Music for Chamber (String) Orchestra:
    Chamber music and music for piano solo:
    list=PLEp6Ds_zmcMqterEU8ZAwzGxMWRQLGgsp
    Conductor:
    Music for Children:
    Modern Classical Music for Studying, Concentration, Relaxation:

    Maestro de la Cuisine:


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    Airat Ichmouratov is a Russian / Canadian classic composer, conductor and klezmer clarinetist. (Modern Classical Music in 2020)
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    #klezmer #orchestra #clarinet #kleztory #jewishmusic #modernclassicalmusic

  • José Maurício Nunes Garcia, REQUIEM 1816, PHOENIX, Myrna Herzog

    34:08

    José Maurício NUNES GARCIA (1767-1830): REQUIEM (Rio de Janeiro, 1816), premiere in Israel, live at the Abu Gosh Festival
    Myrna Herzog (conductor & musical director); Sofia Pedro (soprano), Anne-Marieke Evers (alto) , Oshri Segev (tenor), Yair Polishook (bass), Gili Rinot (classical clarinet)

    The Upper Galilee Choir (directed by Ron Zarchi)
    The PHOENIX orchestra on period instruments:
    Luis Otávio Santos*, Yaakov Rubinstein, Noam Gal, Lilia Slavny**, Lia Raikhlin, Fabiol Cezma – violins; Miriam Fingert, Tami Borenstein – violas; Lucia D’Anna – cello; Antonino Tertuliano – double bass; Moshe Epstein – classical flute; Gili Rinot, Nurit Bloom – classical clarinets; Ricardo Rapoport, Alexander Fine – classical bassoons; Alon Reuven, Ruty Varon – natural horns;
    Nadav Ovadia – natural timpani.

    Recorded by Eliahu Feldman
    Filmed by Nathan Lifshits and Ami Shamir on June 3rd 2017 at the Kiriat Yearim Church, The Abu Gosh Festival 2017,
    celebrating 250 years of José Maurício Nunes Garcia’s birth.

    We heartily thank the Abu Gosh Festival, whose support gave us the courage to undertake this huge project. And there are not enough words to thank the Embassies of Brazil and Portugal in Israel and the Camões Institute for their invaluable support.

    NOTES
    The year of 2017 marked the 250th anniversary of the birth of José Maurício Nunes Garcia (1767-1830), the most important Brazilian colonial composer. His music was never performed in Israel until PHOENIX's premiere of his remarkable Requiem at the Abu Gosh Festival. This was the closing of a cycle, since PHOENIX's director, Brazilian-born Myrna Herzog, was responsible for the first performances of the music of José Mauricio on period instruments in 1986, in Rio de Janeiro, at the Museum of Modern Art.

    The program was devised as a musical trip to Rio de Janeiro c. 1815, when it was the seat of the Portuguese Empire. In 1808 the Portuguese Royal family fleeing from Napoleon arrived to Brazil. Scattered in several ships,the whole court, with their servants and the Royal Chapel, 15,000 people bringing a library with more than 60,000 books, landed in the port of Rio! Their stay, which lasted until 1821, brought about a true cultural revolution. Our program focused on the music created and performed in Rio de Janeiro during this time. It is a showcase of what was heard in Rio's streets, salons, at the Opera, the Church and the concert hall.
    The central piece is José Maurício Nunes Garcia's breath-taking Requiem of 1816, written for Queen Maria I (1734 - 1816), nicknamed the Pious and the Mad, Queen of Portugal and Algarves from 1777 until her death, and also Queen of Brazil from 1815. Maria lived in Brazil for eight years, and died in the city of Rio de Janeiro in March 20, 1816. José Maurício's Requiem Mass was ordered by the Senate Chamber and was sung at the Church of Ajuda, on the occasion of the religious service for the Queen. It is reported that such service would have exceeded in magnificence all other expressions of sympathy for the death of Queen. Some days after the Queen's death, the composer's mother also passed away, and it is believed that this is one of the reasons why the Requiem is such a powerful and emotional work.

    LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS:
    1. José Maurício Nunes Garcia by José Lanzelotti (c.1970)
    2. Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas, Rio de Janeiro, by Nicola Facchinetti (ca.1884)
    3. Baía de Guanabara Vista da Ilha das Cobras,by Félix Emile Taunay (1828)
    4. Vista do alto do Morro de Santo Antônio, Rio de Janeiro, by Nicolas-Antoine Taunay (c. 1816)
    5. Praia de Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro, by Thomas Ender (1817)
    6. Vista do Pão de Açúcar tomada da Estrada do Silvestre, attributed to Charles Landseer (1827)
    7. Alegoria às virtudes do Príncipe Regente D. João by Domingos Sequeira (1810)
    8. Desembarque de Telhas, Rio de Janeiro, by Jean Baptiste Debret (1823)
    9. Maria I, Queen of Portugal, attributed to Thomas Hickey or Giuseppe Troni (1783)
    10. José Maurício Nunes Garcia, mortuary mask molded by Manuel de Araújo Porto-Alegre
    11. La Barre de Rio de Janeiro by Félix-Émile Taunay (1795-1881)
    12. Vista do Rio de Janeiro tomada nas proximidades da Igreja da Glória by Johann Moritz Rugendas (1827-1835)

    Toda a nossa admiração e nossas homenagens a você, José Maurício Nunes Garcia!

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